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Shuttle SB83G5
10.1 x86 Icon-question.png
Intel GMA900
Realtek ALC658 5.1
Marvell 88E8001 Gigabit
NotApplicable.png Suse 10.1 properly detected all the hardware.
Shuttle SB83G5M 10.1 x86, 10.3 (32 bits) Icon-question.png Icon-checked.png
Realtek ALC658 5.1
Marvell 88E8001 Gigabit
PCI-e card XFX GeForce 7600GS
Intel Celeron D 3,0 GHz socket 775, Intel 915G chipset. This computer comes with integrated video controller provided by chipset (not tested). Versatile Front Display (VFD) cannot be configured at this time (just displays "Shuttle XPC") but Shuttle technical support is thinking about some kind of drivers for Linux environment to use and configure this item. Firewire ports not tested. USB 2.0 ports working. Video drivers downloaded from nVidia web site with 3D support, working with 2 displays (display configuration as top / bottom).

10.1 (2006/11/12) - If you are experiencing some glitches or problems with setting up network card or suddenly stops working, try using "skge" module instead the default used by version 10.1 ("sk98lin"). You can select what module it is loaded by using Yast / Network devices / Network adapter. Select the model and click "modify", then choose "advanced options" and write down the name of the module to load.
10.3 - No problems at all